‘Houston Tranquility Base Here’ – ‘The Eagle has Landed’

The Intel Hub

“The Beginning is the most important part of the work.”
― Plato, The Republic

The single question one might consider when looking at images of the moon is simply, Is Anything in Nature Black & White?

When looking at any image of earth and space, be it a galaxy, a star, planets or moons, there is always color – always.

This is perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the Moon exploration program which began in earnest in 1969 with the Apollo 11 Mission.

Suffice it to say, NASA has fueled the issue of false color since its inception.

Even to this day, by selectively providing false color and enhanced imagery or otherwise anything but raw images in full color, the controversy continues – what is NASA hiding?

To understand why this has always been the case will open up a new frontier in understanding NASA and its mission – it is not about providing the public with the truth.

NASA’s mission is to create the Truth.

Major research is now underway at to discover the truth behind the Apollo Program.

Many articles will be published in the weeks and months ahead in a series titled, ‘Discovering Apollo’.

In addition, a separate area of the site will be created to showcase our findings – details will follow soon.

This introduction article is for the purpose of informing our readers that we are on the journey of discovery and want to keep you informed
with weekly articles as we approach our goal of discovering the truth.

Your support is appreciated and we would encourage you to inform others of our research and join the journey of discovery.

To participate in research or to send The Intel Hub documents or images you believe will contribute to the research effort, please email for details on how to contribute information.

Any serious researchers including former NASA employees or other affiliated agencies are encouraged to join us.



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